Sarah Spring Paradigm

Last changed 11/14 1:05A EDT

Edits - minor 11/13/14

Director of Speech & Debate - University of Houston

Previously coaching at (Iowa, Miami (Ohio), Wake Forest)

 

As of the 2014 Shirley - I have judged (according to Debateresults + tabroom):

475 - College Debates

I have voted AFF in 226 of those debates (47.5%)

I have voted NEG in 249 of those debates (52.4%)

 

First rule of judging - judging is subjective. 
Second rule of judging - get over it. 

Judge philosophies are in fact an attempt to compensate for this inevitably subjective activity. We try to minimize personal opinions, but in the end who you vote for is more than often related to how you feel and the style of the debaters as much as it is about any particular argument. You have to convince the judge (me) to vote for you. This is as subjective as really any other activity. 

 

T - A paradoxI am a bad judge for T. I love T debates. 

Competing interpretations doesn't make much sense to me because the aff can't win on T. Reasonability is largely good (I am not a good judge for trivial interpretations like "and/or means both") - see above re: subjectivity. Reasonability is also a good answer to most affirmative theory complaints.

Legal topics are ideal for T debates, given that the law is all about definition. I find these questions interesting, but in order to win on T with me as a judge, you typically need to have insightful argument and some decent evidence about the educational harm (and not just to negative ground) of the affirmative's interpretation. These arguments, of course, can take many forms, but be careful.

Avoid specification arguments. Please. While implementation might be 90% of whatever, ASPEC is still not a reason to reject the affirmative. 

I think T is an important check against non-topical affs, you have to read a plan and defend the federal government and your plan, reading the resolutions does not seem to be enough. Switch-side debate is a good thing. 

Framework/Non-plan Topicality arguments - 

Framework debates are not fun. I judge them a lot.I think that these debates have both gotten stale and also very detached from the actual arguments at hand. Both sides would do well to connect their arguments to the actual positions relevant to their debate. My previous statements about reasonability tend to apply in these questions as well. A small advantage to an very limiting interpretation is often not enough for me to justify a ballot. 

The best framework debates don't read the Shively card.

My suggestion is to try to have a good interpretation that takes the middle ground, this will make me much more sympathetic and open to listening to your arguments. A violation is often overlooked by both sides, but is often where the crux of the decision lies - don't neglect this (or the "we meet")


Theory – I think in general most aff theory arguments are reasons to reject the argument not the team. That means theory is rarely rarely a voting issue for me.

Conditionality - I think conditionality is a good and necessary thing. Dispositionality is not a thing. I am open to kicking CPs on my own (without the encouragement of the negative) - I do indeed possess that power.

PICS (or whatever) is not a reason to reject the team, only the position, in these cases if the CP goes away the aff would still win. 

International agent fiat, in some cases, may be a legitimate test of the necessity of USFG action.

50 State Fiat - eh?

Consultation/Condition - Not a fan.

 

 

Disads – Politics DAs are my favorite.

I won’t vote on 1% risk.

Magnitude and probability are far more important than timeframe.

"DA turns the case" by itself is not a full argument.

Also "DA turns the case" is often wrong, the DA impact must complicate the aff's ability to solve or access the internal link to the impact, not just be the same impact. The aff should point this out. 

Don't read a bunch of new impacts in the block unless you've got a real reason to do so. Most teams won't have a reason beyond, we didn't feel like answering their arguments.

 

Case debate. I think debate should be more in depth debating of the specifics of an aff, I will reward hard work and understanding on the topic, which is often demonstrated in good case debating. The more specific your strategy is, the better.

Reading impact defense to all of their impacts does not count as a case debate (maybe necessary, but certainly not sufficient).

 

There are rules for debating the case - http://goo.gl/FliJY The treaties topic was awesome because of case debates. 

CPs – Most are good. I really like a smart advantage CP. Consult CPs and Condition CPs are cheating. How much cheating? It depends. See above on theory. 

 

Ks - 

Critiques are often times strategic and I also think can be won very easily because the aff doesn’t attack the argument at its weaknesses. Weakness include, the alternative, the links to the aff (and not to the law, society, etc), other stuff. I often end up voting for Ks when the aff fails to contest these issues.

Framework arguments are usually underdeveloped on off-case Ks, this makes me not vote on these arguments.

 

Like any other argument, it has to be well explained. I also have an inherent distaste for generic backfile Ks (or consult CPs or Framework ....) that you have resurrected year after year because you were too lazy to do any work. I like debating new topics, don’t just cut one new Zizek book and consider your work done. 

As an academic, I think I know a bit about critical theory and so forth -as a rhetorician there are things I like by trade - critiques of rhetoric, language and discourse, well executed understandings of theory, that is to say criticism of actual instances of things that are objectionable. Things that I don't like (or understand very well) include vague psychoanalytic theory (ie Zizek) or rabbit-holes of very complicated post-structuralism - the event of the non-part or something. 

 

 

Other things – I don’t like reading a lot of cards after the debate, although I know I will at times, I change my mind on this every couple of months. Right now, I'll probably skim a lot of cards and read some carefully.

I will also probably be open to getting emailed your evidence during the debate, but won't really want to look at it until the end of the debate. Maybe during CX or prep to figure out something I missed. Maybe. I do think it is incumbent on the teams in the debate to communicate to the judge verbally, not via email.

If I have to reconstruct the debate I might not see it like you think it happened. The final speeches MUST do this for me. 

 

I've taken to answering some questions in CX, particularly informative questions, especially if I think an answer might be confusing. How many perms? I'll answer. If you are just wrong about something, I might say something. 

 

I'm very emotive during debates, you should look up and see if I'm scowling or nodding, this can be a clue (to what? I don't know, but to something).

 

Underviews are the worst thing ever. 


I also think the 1NR should not be used to make new arguments. It is a rebuttal not a constructive.

 

Terms that have lost meaning to me - "Role of the Ballot," "the debate space" (more later)



Speaker Points – I think I give fairly good points, simply because I think most debaters deserve a chance at clearing if they have the wins.

My scale goes something like this;

26.5 and below – bad debating,

26.6 - 27 - Needs a lot of work,

27 -27.5 – average, but has a way to go,

27.5-28 - better than average, some things to work on,

28-28.5 – Good varsity debating.

28.6 - 29 - Very good - should be in contention for a speaker award.

29-29.5 – Excellent debating 

29.6 - 29.9 - Almost Gabe.

30 – Gabe


I will punish your speaker points for lack of clarity, rudeness, or inappropriate language (these issues could also result in a loss). 

I think clipping is bad, though I'm not sure what the threshold is to warrant a ballot. These questions stop the debate. If you are making an accusation of cheating, I will decide the debate on that question. You need to be fairly certain to make this kind of claim, so be ready to explain.

 

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
DDI 8/1/2017 cx Oct KM Dashiell & Tyler ST Arnav & Grace Neg Neg on a 3-0
DDI 8/1/2017 cx R8 KM Reena & Mia KM Grace & Ethan Aff
DDI 8/1/2017 cx R6 ST Alan & Tara HK Ria & Ana Neg
DDI 8/1/2017 cx R5 ST Jacob & Julian HK Eiset & Farzaan Aff
DDI 8/1/2017 cx R4 AS Rayyan & Jack KM Cristian & Emily Aff
DDI 8/1/2017 cx R3 ST Arnav & Grace AS Times & Emma Aff
DDI 8/1/2017 cx R2 AS Sid & Miles HK Katherine & Josue Aff
DDIF Camp Tournament 7/5/2017 DDIF R4 Sid Boppana & John Dreiband Diana Cao & Amanda Cao Aff
DDIF Camp Tournament 7/5/2017 DDIF R4 Nayla Ariwbowo & Jacqueline Leiman Bill Wang & Joseph Firneno Aff
DDIF Camp Tournament 7/5/2017 DDIF R3 Teyo Turrubiates & Ben Foxman Stanley Yuan & Mike Zhang Aff
DDIF Camp Tournament 7/5/2017 DDIF R3 Rachel Screiber & Abby Lee Peter Wang & Andy Wang Neg
DDIF Camp Tournament 7/5/2017 DDIF R1 Cindy Zhou & Emily Sun Jenny Stolarczuk & Giulia Loomis Aff
DDIF Camp Tournament 7/5/2017 DDIF R1 Oliver Budiman & Haoyang Wang Diego Barrera & Cydni Turrubiates Neg
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open Final Rutgers-Newark NM Missouri - Kansas City AT Aff Aff on a 8-1
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open Qtrs Rutgers-Newark NM Wake Forest NW Aff Aff on a 4-1
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open Octs Texas SH Wake Forest CR Neg Neg on a 2-1
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open Trips Washington ET Wichita State DR Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R7 Wake Forest CR Binghamton BS Aff
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R5 Wisconsin- Madison/Georgia State PR James Madison BK Neg
Cross Examination Debate Assocation National Tournament 3/17/2017 Open R2 Liberty AG UT Dallas BaSa Neg
NDT District III MAC 2/17/2017 D3 R3 Texas BP Wichita State CW Aff
DDI 8/2/2016 cx Oct MS Lee & Valdez CT Ji & Chin Aff Aff on a 3-0
DDI 8/2/2016 cx R7 CT Till & Malyugina HS Wynne & Amhaz Neg
DDI 8/2/2016 cx R5 KQ Hwang & Phil CT Ji & Chin Neg
DDI 8/2/2016 cx R4 AM Sung & Tai KQ Chen & Singer Aff
DDI 8/2/2016 cx R3 MS Fabrizio & Wargo CT Hsiao & Gupta Aff
DDI Fundamentals 7/6/2016 ddif Semi Up Han & Pan Mid Mozingo & West Aff Aff on a 3-0
DDI Fundamentals 7/6/2016 ddif R4 Up Wu & Lai Mid Liu & He Neg
DDI Fundamentals 7/6/2016 ddif R4 Mid Wu & Cai Mid Zhang & Zhang Aff
DDI Fundamentals 7/6/2016 ddif R2 Mid Xu & Yu Up Han & Pan Neg
DDI Fundamentals 7/6/2016 ddif R2 Mid Wang & Xiao Up Arvetta & Li Aff
District IIIMAC Championship 2/19/2016 D3 R8 Trinity RS Missouri - Kansas City FJ Neg
District IIIMAC Championship 2/19/2016 D3 R5 Central Oklahoma CS Trinity SY Neg
District IIIMAC Championship 2/19/2016 D3 R1 UT Dallas LO Southern Methodist NS Aff
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO Quarte Emory KS Michigan KM Neg Aff on a 2-1
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO Double Emory KS Kansas State PR Aff Aff on a 5-0
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R6 Emory FL Indiana SH Neg
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R3 Nevada Las Vegas CH Texas BP Neg
Texas Open 2/6/2016 TXO R1 UC Berkeley MS Emory FR Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 OPEN R6 Trinity CV Central Oklahoma GW Neg
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 OPEN R5 Trinity SY Missouri - Kansas City SS Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/3/2016 OPEN R3 Central Oklahoma CS UT San Antonio NV Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 8 Gonzaga CJ Wyoming MM Neg
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 7 Missouri State BW Kansas State PR Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 5 James Madison BK Oklahoma JS Aff
Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest University 11/13/2015 Open RD 3 North Texas MR Nevada Las Vegas BK Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 JV Quarte UTDal KL Trinit TC Neg Aff on a 2-1
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 Open Round UTDal JB Mis- SS Aff
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 Open Round NorTex AM Wyomin FH Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson 11/6/2015 Open Round Mis- MK UTDal SP Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/30/2015 Open R8 UT Dallas BJ Michigan BS Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/30/2015 Open R7 Wayne State HD Dartmouth College SP Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/30/2015 Open R6 Harvard BD Northern Iowa HS Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 9/30/2015 Open R2 Indiana GT UT Dallas BF Neg
UMKC Baby Jo Memorial 9/12/2015 OPEN 2x Weber State GT Nevada Las Vegas AO Aff Aff on a 3-0
District III Mid America Championships 2/27/2015 D3 R2 Central Oklahoma HS Oklahoma CY Neg
District III Mid America Championships 2/27/2015 D3 R1 Kansas City Kansas CC CN Missouri State CR Aff
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO Octas Oklahoma Ard & Chiles Kansas Hampton & Robinson Aff Aff on a 4-1
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R8 North Texas Abraha & Krambeer Weber State Hall & Veeder Neg
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R7 Oklahoma Ard & Chiles George Mason Kwon & Lastovica Aff
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R2 Central Oklahoma Hilligoss & Stidham Wyoming Berry & Culver Aff
Texas Open 2/7/2015 TXO R1 UT San Antonio Nation & Pabst NYU Itliong & Zhan Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 JV Semis Oklahoma TZ Missouri State WE Neg Neg on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/8/2015 Open R1 Trinity DU Northern Iowa MS Aff
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 OPEN Octos Wichita State MO Kansas GM Neg Aff on a 2-1
Fear and Loathing in Dallas 1/5/2015 OPEN R3 Texas BS Wichita State SW Aff
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN OCTS California, Berkeley SM Harvard BS Neg Neg on a 4-1
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN DBLS Harvard BS Georgia DV Aff Aff on a 5-0
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN R8 Samford BH Navy MR Aff
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN R7 Miami GS Fresno State AP Neg
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN R6 Georgia BF Kansas City Kansas CC CJ Neg
2014 Franklin R Shirley Classic 11/15/2014 OPN R4 Georgia State NS Harvard BS Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 10/31/2014 Open Round UTDal OL KanCit CJ Neg
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 10/31/2014 Open Round WicSta SW Michig KK Aff
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 10/31/2014 Open Round UTDal MJ EmpSta/KanCit PF Aff
UCO Joe C Jackson Tournament 10/31/2014 Open Round CenOkl WS WicSta MR Aff
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round Harvard NS Wake Forest AD Neg
JW Patterson Debates at Kentucky 10/4/2014 Open Round UT Dallas OL Michigan KM Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Octas Liberty CE Wake Forest LS Neg Aff on a 3-2
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/20/2014 OPEN Dbls Wake Forest LS Emory KL Aff Aff on a 5-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open Semis Okla CL Georgetown AM Aff Neg on a 3-2
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open Octos Harvard BS Okla BC Aff Aff on a 4-1
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 8 Harvard DT Okla LM Neg Neg on a 3-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 5 Georgetown AM Okla CL Neg Neg on a 3-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 3 Texas CM Whitman BM Aff Aff on a 3-0
68th National Debate Tournament in Indiana 3/28/2014 Open 1 Weber HT Wayne JS Neg Neg on a 3-0
CEDA Nats Indiana 3/21/2014 Trip Harvard BN Kansas BC Aff Aff on a 3-0
CEDA Nats Indiana 3/21/2014 Rd 4 Texas JS UT Dallas MV Aff
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 D3 D3 9 UCO VY WSU MO Aff Aff on a 3-0
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 D3 D3 3 Mo State MR UCO BH Neg
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 D3 D3 2 UCO VY Mo State BR Neg
NDT District 3 Qualifier and MAC 2/28/2014 D3 D3 1 JCCC SW UTD LO Neg
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO Octas Wake Forest Min & Quinn Oklahoma Campbell & Lee Neg Neg on a 4-1
Texas Open 2/8/2014 TXO Double Towson Thomas & Whitley Kansas Campbell & Birzer Aff Aff on a 3-0
University of Georgia Bulldog Debates 1/31/2014 NOV Octos Wake Forest MK James Madison WP Neg Neg on a 3-0
University of Georgia Bulldog Debates 1/31/2014 OPEN Round Florid KV Libert HM Neg
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open Semis Trinity RS Baylor BB Aff Aff on a 2-1
William DeMougeot Debates 1/9/2014 Open Doubl Kansas BC Texas CM Neg Neg on a 3-0
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN Q UCO VY GeorgiaState FF Aff Aff on a 3-0
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN O Dartmouth MM GeorgiaState FF Neg Neg on a 3-0
UTD 1/5/2014 OPEN OPEN D Dartmouth MM Baylor SW Aff Aff on a 2-1
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN Final Harvard BS Northwestern MV Aff Neg on a 3-2
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN OCTS Liberty CE Michigan State RT Aff Neg on a 4-1
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN R8 Gonzaga SH Louisville BL Aff
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN R4 James Madison LM Georgia State FS Neg
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN R2 Samford Mo Boston College KK Neg
2013 Franklin R Shirley Classic at Wake Forest 11/15/2013 OPN R1 Weber State ST Georgetown AM Neg
CSUN Robert Barbera Invitational 11/8/2013 NPol NS San Francisco State CG CSU Northridge RC Aff Aff on a 2-1
CSUN Robert Barbera Invitational 11/8/2013 OPol Quarte Fresno State TH Weber State OV Aff Aff on a 3-0
CSUN Robert Barbera Invitational 11/8/2013 OPol R6 Cal State Fullerton RaGo Sacramento State GH Aff
CSUN Robert Barbera Invitational 11/8/2013 OPol R5 Weber State AM Fresno State CB Neg
CSUN Robert Barbera Invitational 11/8/2013 OPol R3 Weber State BS Arizona State WC Neg
CSUN Robert Barbera Invitational 11/8/2013 OPol R2 Southern California OP Nevada Las Vegas JS Neg
CSUN Robert Barbera Invitational 11/8/2013 OPol R1 Los Rios PR CSU Northridge AL Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn DBLS Missouri - Kansas City FA Georgetown EnMc Neg Aff on a 4-1
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 6 Emory AB James Madison LM Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 4 Indiana FH North Texas AS Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2013 Opn Rd 3 Samford CH Kansas City Kansas CC GG Aff
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/21/2013 OPEN Octas Wayne State LM Georgetown AM Neg Neg on a 2-1
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/21/2013 OPEN Dbls Wake Forest LW Michigan MK Aff Aff on a 3-0
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/21/2013 OPEN Rd 8 Wayne State JS Georgetown EnMc Neg
GSU National College Debate Tournament 9/21/2013 OPEN Rd 7 Harvard SX Indiana PM Aff
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 Open Round KanSta M KanCit G Neg
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 D3 Round WicSta D UKansa C Neg
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 Open Round Texas CM UNoTex A Aff
District 3 Qualifier Mid America Championship 2/22/2013 Open Round UMi- AB Oklaho C Neg
University of Georgia Bulldog Debates 2/1/2013 OPEN Quar LibUni AB UGA LS Aff Neg on a 2-1
University of Georgia Bulldog Debates 2/1/2013 OPEN Octs EmoUni LM Kentucky GR Neg Aff on a 2-1
University of Georgia Bulldog Debates 2/1/2013 OPEN R6 SamU BC UCeFlo JV Neg
University of Georgia Bulldog Debates 2/1/2013 OPEN R1 Florida FP JamMad MM Aff
William R DeMougeot Debates UNT 1/9/2013 Open Quart WakeForest CV Michigan CM Neg Neg on a 3-0
William R DeMougeot Debates UNT 1/9/2013 Open Octas Baylor BB UMKC AG Neg Neg on a 3-0
William R DeMougeot Debates UNT 1/9/2013 Open Doubl Baylor BB Wyoming MP Neg Aff on a 2-1
William R DeMougeot Debates UNT 1/9/2013 Open 7 UMKC AB Kansas DH Aff
William R DeMougeot Debates UNT 1/9/2013 JV JV 4 KSU MT JCCC NW Neg
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN Octas Trinity GK Michigan CM Aff Aff on a 2-1
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN Doubl Michigan HM Wyoming MP Aff Aff on a 2-1
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN 7 KCKCC JM JamMad BL Neg
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN 5 Michigan CM Kansas KS Aff
Fear and loathing in Dallas 1/5/2013 OPEN 3 Wyoming\Indiana MP Samford KM Neg
Mountaineer Debate Tournament 11/10/2012 Nov NOVFi Florida DP Liberty MS Neg Neg on a 3-0
Mountaineer Debate Tournament 11/10/2012 JV JVSem GSU FN Liberty CW Neg Aff on a 2-1
Mountaineer Debate Tournament 11/10/2012 Nov NOVSe JMU KP Florida DP Neg Neg on a 3-0
Mountaineer Debate Tournament 11/10/2012 OPEN OPQuar Florida LM Baylor EW Aff Aff on a 3-0
Mountaineer Debate Tournament 11/10/2012 OPEN OP6 Florida PV JMU RS Neg
Mountaineer Debate Tournament 11/10/2012 Nov NOV4 Liberty HS Florida DP Neg
Mountaineer Debate Tournament 11/10/2012 Nov NOV1 Liberty BW John Carroll HM Neg
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open O Wichita DS UTDallas LV Aff Aff on a 3-0
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open 4 UTDallas VW Kansas CG Aff
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open 3 Kansas KM UCO AB Aff
University of Central Oklahoma Joe C Jackson Tournament 11/2/2012 Open Open 1 Kansas BR Wyoming BD Neg
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2012 O Open 8 Wake GT JMU BL Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2012 O Open 6 Harvard DT Kentucky GR Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2012 O Open 3 UCO AM JMU MY Aff
Kentucky College Tournament 10/5/2012 O Open 1 GSU FS CenFla JM Neg
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open2x Weber GO KSU KM Aff Aff on a 3-0
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open3 Kansas KM Oklaho CO Neg
UMKC - Baby Jo Memorial Tournament 9/22/2012 OP Open2 ConCol GW UTD LV Aff